Survey: Vermont homeless population increases by 9 percent
Vermont's homeless population grew by 9 percent this year, according to a report released Wednesday by two anti-homelessness groups.
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#1 Apr 22, 2014
The wrong kind of people keep moving here. The kind of people that we want in Vermont keep moving out.
#2 Apr 23, 2014
"If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up HOMELESS on the continent their Fathers conquered." -Thomas Jefferson
T.J. et al said in the Dec. of Ind. that our Rights come from God and are therefore unalienable.
Him and his cohorts also spoke out Against democracy as a form of government. If here to see what's come of our once Constitutional republic they would be aghast, and in agreement with a few like Ron Paul and Cliven Bundy etc. Eh, why should we listen to those old early American kooks right?
#3 Apr 23, 2014
I don't appreciate being misquoted in what I said. My husband is part African, and since the Great Recession started we have been poor. I have been friends with Jewish people who are not rich. I have nothing against poor people of any color coming to Vermont. I was thinking in terms of moral fiber--for example, I don't appreciate drug dealers moving to Vermont. Or young women who deliberately get pregnant out of wedlock and come to generous Vermont for all the benefits. I have met plenty of white women who have done that, so it has nothing to do with color. Please do not misquote me again.
#4 Apr 24, 2014
but then I Was right about who ewe consider the 'right kind' of people that are moving out- mainly the ones who have loved and appreciated nukedom/VY and those who had been working for NWO globalist co.s like IBM, wasn't I?
and like the Many sheeple who complain about the drugs that cause the problems (heroin & cocaine), ewe don't care nor say a G-d thing about where they Originate from and imported by whom, nor about the ever-increasing Police State and loss of our liberties being 'justified' as the answer to the problem
IBM invites laid-off U.S. employees to work in India
Redefining the possibilities of the word "offshore," IBM has invited its recently laid-off U.S. workers to find work with the storied company in developing countries like India – where salaries are a fraction of what Americans are used to.
IBM layoffs have begun with over 1,200 cut in Europe, India
#5 Apr 26, 2014
It is terrible, what offshoring has done to the people of this nation.
Saint Albans, VT
#6 Aug 25, 2014
Lets keep pushing programs that give free crap to these people...
#8 Aug 28, 2014
Agenda 21,Cloward & Piven and The North American Union are here.Does Brattleboro have an MWRAP yet?
If people want to hear whats really going on and get out of their comfort zone,go to INFOWARS.COM
#9 Aug 28, 2014
You think the homeless population is bad now, wait until marijuana is legalized, there'll be zombies laying all over the place.
#10 Aug 28, 2014
Bratt's piggies have had a small SWAT-like unit and a bullet-proof tactical trailer they actually used at the High School during voting day in 2012 when the sheeple re-elected Barry Soetoro, and because they looked so stupid using it there they've kept it mostly put away since
Vermont State police get an armored tactical vehicle
here's the police dog that caused a couple of police car crashes, adding to the greater co$t for the already over-taxed Bratt
^unlike the the German Shepherd which was worthwhile having on the force
#11 Aug 28, 2014
"zombies laying all over the place"
-then they ought to get jobs as state office workers, they'd fit right in
ain't no more of those great laying around doing nuthin much jobs at the nuke plant after this year since they decided to do the right thing and Shut-R-Down
Devilish CA Nuke Plant In Danger From Quakes
TEPCO Hid 157 Billion Bq Per Day From Fukushima
#12 Sep 2, 2014
You are correct, so-called "entitlement" programs are administered by lazy civil servants who don't have much more ambition than those who are recipients of the welfare programs.
#13 Sep 2, 2014
tell me about it!
and the worst of them G-d welfare-teat-suckin recipient bums include the nuke industry companies!
^look how much Entergy alone gets
and this George Soros-funded leftist site says that Entergy is one of the many companies that get away with paying no taxes at all in some years!->
#14 Sep 2, 2014
Holy shiate you are stupid. You can't even comprehend your own link.
You'd be homeless if you weren't still living in your Mom's basement.
#15 Sep 2, 2014
LOL, wearing his aluminum foil hat, jerking off to his Alex Jones poster, sleeping on a wet pull out sofa. What a loser!
#16 Sep 3, 2014
He probably has an autographed 8-by-10 photo for when he's not home. Like when he's eating free meals and piggy backing off someone else's wi-fi.
#17 Sep 3, 2014
It IS about a form of corporate welfare- We The Sheeple sheared for billions more so the dangerous nukes can afford to screw up (as they inevitably Do) and leak rads all over giving Many cancer and not be held re$pon$ible, like with the dozens+ that died young from the cancers that TMI gave them, and the one million that Chernobyl kilt, and now Fuktupshita Japan which is getting Worse and continuing to leak bigtime.
from that site:
"The companies to get no-fault loans that WE would have to pay back, they got them by spending huge amounts of money lobbying Congress AND they make HUGE profits to boot. Why dont they just pony up the money to build the nuclear power plants instead of sticking it to the taxpayer???? "
"Companies should not expect American taxpayers to shoulder the risks
of building new nuclear power plants," says Co-op America Corporate
Responsibility Programs Director Todd Larsen. "Nuclear power already failed
once in the United States. If the energy industry wants to revive nuclear power, with all of its risks, these firms and Wall Street should bear the burden of likely defaults, not the US taxpayer."
The top six Wall Street investment companies have declared nuclear power too risky to invest in because of the dangers and uncertainties. Each
new nuclear reactor takes at least 10 years to construct, often going well
over budget, and the Department of Energy estimates that during this time,
projects will have a 50 percent chance of defaulting on loans. The only way nuclear power can be financed in the US is if the government provides extensive loan guarantees.
(So. It's too risky for them unless the TAXPAYER picks it up.)
#18 Sep 3, 2014
and now we find out yet Another nasty secret nukescum have been keeping from us- how refueling a nuke always involves depressurizing the nuke by letting off a large amount of gas causing a huge rad spike downwind
Scientist: Massive spikes in radioactivity are being hidden from public
— Radiation doses around nuclear reactors increase exponentially
— It’s a major worry… very, very important — Something must be done (VIDEO)
^Interview with Dr. Ian Fairlie, Radiation Biologist, Nuclear Hotseat hosted by Libbe HaLevy, Aug 19, 2014 (at 35:30 in):
One of the key things I’d like to mention to your listeners is this; Up until 2012, we didn’t really know what happened with emissions from nuclear reactors. The only data that we had was annual data… we didn’t really know the time pattern — now we do. Now we know that the large majority — say two-thirds, three-quarters — of the annual emissions from a reactor occur just once, during one spike. And that spike occurs when the reactor is opened up to take out the old fuel and to put in fresh fuel. During that time period — about a day, day-and-half — the reactors are depressurized… they open up the valves and the radioactive gases shoot out. It’s during that time that we think that the people down wind are exposed to high levels of radioactivity, i.e. high radiation doses… Instead of having even, little bits of emissions throughout the 365 days, you have one big, massive spike which happens over a day-and-a-half period. And that happens roughly speaking, once a year… That’s important — Very, very important — because it results in doses that are at least 20 times higher, maybe even as much as 100 times higher… That’s a major worry… I’ve said to a number of nuclear operators,“Why don’t you do this at night time when people are in bed? Why don’t you do it when it’s really, really windy out — and it’s not raining?”… When it’s very calm it just drifts everywhere and you get big doses — No response… These spikes have been hidden from us ever since the beginning of the nuclear power program … nobody knew about them apart from people who work in the nuclear industry and they keep really quiet about it.
NUCLEAR HOTSEAT #165: DR. IAN FAIRLIE ON SOARING CHILD LEUKEMIA RATES NEAR NUKE REACTORS
INTERVIEW: Dr. Ian Fairlie discusses his recently released report compiling more than 60 studies on childhood leukemia rates for those living in proximity to nuclear power reactors. His shocking findings show a 37% increase in leukemia cases in children 5 and under. Learn how the study came about, what it shows — and how we can use it in our fight to shut down all nuclear reactors. Powerful information! Here’s a LINK to the article: http://www.ianfairlie.org/news/childhood-leuk...
#19 Sep 4, 2014
Wake Up!!!- Fukushima C-137 In US Meat And Fish NOW
RAND PAUL: OBAMA’S SUPPORT/WEAPONS HAS ALLOWED ISIS TO GROW
"We have done a disservice and created chaos that has allowed the jihadists to grow stronger”
JOAN RIVERS DEATH: INSIDE SCOOP
Comedienne Joan Rivers has died just two months after calling President Obama gay and Michelle Obama a transsexual*, prompting a deluge of conspiracy theories.
Conspiracy theorists think comedienne was murdered
^*-includes video the clip of the late celeb saying "Everyone knows it"
#20 Sep 6, 2014
I love nuclear power plants!
#21 Sep 9, 2014
then go to Fukushima gloria, they'll pay ewe well to help with the 'remediation' of the ones that are still contaminating the entire Pacific and our west coast every day
Bring miss Ann ("radiation is good for ewe" Coulter with ewe
DOE Fukushima Supercore Release Underestimated?
California’s Fukushima Just An Earthquake Away
Fukushima Radiation In W Coast Groundwater
— Fallout also found in meat and fish from same area
—“Routinely detected’ in plant life long after March 2011
Tokyo Hit With New Wave Of Fukushima Radiation
— Newspapers:“Heavily contaminated… High-concentration radiation”
— Prime Minister:“We were right on the verge” of evacuating 50 million people
CA Sea Lions Dying Of Organ Collapse, Tumors, Infections
Feds Hiding Truth About WIPP Disaster
Top Official:“Really concerned” over radiation release at US nuclear site; Feds “have put a noose around scientific personnel”… they refuse to reveal crucial information about WIPP disaster
— Investigators becoming suspicious
— Nuclear Expert:“It sure seems like there’s a cover-up”
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